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A Gen Hidden in Plain Sight...A Unique and Fabulous Destination!!

Guana Island is a true gem hidden in plain sight. A pristine 850 acre island that has been... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Michael P
Elverson, Pennsylvania
Camelot in BVI

Camelot! "I know it sounds a bit bizarre, But in Guana That's how conditions are. The rain may... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2017
Setauket, New York
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This wildlife sanctuary is dense with creatures, perhaps the densest in the world for an island of its size.
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Guana Island is a true gem hidden in plain sight. A pristine 850 acre island that has been preserved for all creatures big and small to enjoy it's magnificent beauty. The staff and management attend to every detail to make your stay relaxing and memorable....More

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Camelot! "I know it sounds a bit bizarre, But in Guana That's how conditions are. The rain may never fall 'til after sundown. By eight the morning fog must disappear. In short, there's simply not A more a congenial spot For happily-ever-aftering than here on...More

1  Thank endubrow
Reviewed 19 October 2016

We have visited the island (paradise) twice, so our review benefits from comparing trips. From pick up at Beef Island through the ferry ride to the welcome, service and quality prevails. The island is stunningly beautiful, the gardens around the central area are full of...More

Thank Paul F
Reviewed 9 June 2016

We live in Tortola but my husband wanted to surprise me in my birthday for a 2 night weekend. We arrived to the island and we had a wonderful welcome from Andrea and all the staff . Everyone is very polite and smily. Andra gave...More

Thank Marlo936
Reviewed 12 May 2016

This island is exactly as previous TA reviewers have described. A hidden gem in the BVI's with excellent staff, food, beach activities, relaxation and solitude. To begin with, I want to say the staff goes above and beyond to take care of its guests. I'm...More

Thank reneeberr24
Reviewed 16 December 2015

best service and food quality in a all inclusive hotel i have ever gotten.great beaches on the island ,we got an upgrade for the room which was just amazing!! private island ,friendly staff

Thank noamr83
Reviewed 15 November 2015 via mobile

This place is exquisite! From nature to the room views to the meals everything is well thought out and executed beautifully! So much to do: paddle board, snorkel, dive, sail, boat, kayak, hike, play in the Caribbean, walk along Atlantic Ocean, hunt for seashells, island...More

Thank VinoVixen1111
Reviewed 9 May 2015

How can you say anything negative about whit sand, palm trees and aqua water? You can't. We spent a quiet afternoon anchored here. There were fewer boats than we usually see at some of the more popular stops in the BVI.

1  Thank SueBMaine
Reviewed 10 March 2015

We stopped at White Bay during our BVI charter last week & spent the night moored in the bay. The beautiful beach was pristine white & peppered with palm trees. The clear water was a beautiful blue color & had great visibility for snorkeling. Several...More

1  Thank SyllyTX
Reviewed 7 August 2014 via mobile

Stopped and snorkeled at Monkey Poiny on a sail charter. Great spot! We saw two octopus - a cleaner shrimp and tons of cool fish and rays. There is a small beach you can swim up to to. Really nice.

Thank MarkkD
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